The arborvitae is an evergreen tree or shrub from the cypress family. They are found primarily throughout the northeastern United States. The arborvitae has scale-like leaves that are soft to the touch. Arborvitae prefers colder climates to warmer ones.
White Pine is a hardy tree with clustered soft blue-green needles. It's ideal for privacy screen or windbreak. White Pines will grow 50'- 80' with a 20-40' spread in the landscape.
Black Hills Spruce is a species of spruce native to forests in the north of North America, from central Alaska to as far east as Newfoundland, and south to northern Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, upstate New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. There is also an isolated population in the Black Hills of South Dakota. It is also known as Canadian spruce, skunk spruce, cat spruce, Black Hills spruce, western white spruce, and Alberta white spruce.
Norway Spruce, an evergreen conifer, is found throughout much of the United States and Canada as perhaps the most common spruce. It is found as an ornamental tree in urban environments, and used as a windbreak and snowbreak in both urban and rural areas. It is native to Norway, for which it is named, and prefers moist, cool climates.